Massachusetts Pirates Announce 2020 Season Schedule

by | Dec 11, 2019 | Sports, Pirates

WORCESTER – The Massachusetts Pirates announced their 2020 season schedule today. The team will play its home games at DCU Center in Worcester for the third consecutive season.

The Pirates opens its season with two consecutive home games. The first will have it hosting the Orlando Predators at 7 PM on April 11. The second will be its first ever matchup against New Jersey Flight at 7:30 PM. Both are Saturday evenings.

After two weeks on the road in Jacksonville and New Jersey, they’ll return home on May 8 for the only Friday night home game of the season against Carolina Cobras. That game is also a 7:30 PM start.

In total the Pirates will host seven home games and travel for six away games before the start of the NAL Playoffs on July 25.

Season tickets are on sale at the Pirates website. Prices start at 99.75 for all home games. There are also four other seating options for under $200 for the entire season.

The full Massachusetts Pirates 2020 Schedule:

April 4: Bye
April 11: Orlando Predators
April 18: New Jersey Flight
April 25: @ Jacksonville Sharks
May 1: @ New Jersey Flight
May 8: Carolina Cobras
May 16: @ Carolina Cobras
May 22: @ Orlando Predators
May 30: West Virginia Roughriders
June 6: Bye
June 13: Columbus Lions
June 20: New Jersey Flight
June 27: @ Columbus Lions
July 3: Bye
July 11: Jacksonville Sharks
July 18: @ West Virginia Roughriders


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